SALENDINE Nook High School pupils have been honoured for their academic achievements.
Pupils who took their GCSEs in June were presented with their exam certificates by Kirklees Mayor Clr Barbara Allonby at an awards ceremony.
The pupils were praised by headteacher Christine Spencer.
Mrs Spencer said: "I am delighted that the pupils have maintained our tradition of an outstanding record of achievement."
She said the achievements were even greater because staff and students had to struggle with recently-completed building work by contractors Jarvis.
As well as celebrating a good year for exams, the school was marking its 30th anniversary of becoming a comprehensive. It is now a Specialist College for Technology.
GCSE results for technology subjects have improved year on year.
This year, 262 Year 11 pupils took their GCSEs with 64% achieving A to C grades and 94% gaining five A* to C grades.
Five students gained excellent grades and were presented with Outstanding Academic Achievement awards. They were Richard Scholes who gained six A* and five A grades, Kerrie Smith who gained five A*s and six As, Victoria Boryslawskj who got four A*s and seven As, Kiran Nandakumar who got six A*s, one A and three Bs and Gloria Tun who gained two A*s and nine As.
A further 25 awards were given to pupils for achievements in sports, subjects and attendance.
Five Year 9 students who did well in their SAT tests also received awards. David Freel and Thomas O'Brien were awarded for science, Sarah Martin and Anthony Ball were honoured for maths and Hannah Morrison and Thomas O'Brien were given awards for English.